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Graduating Teacher Experiences of Factors Relating to Teacher Burnout and Attrition during their Teacher TrainingDownload
The following study presents qualitative case studies with an interpretive emphasis informed by hermeneutics, on how pre-service teachers have experienced, responded to, and thought about factors relating to teacher burnout and attrition. The topic, problem and purpose came about because of...
Enhancing Learning Through The Use Of Graphic Organizers to Teach Science to Grade Eleven Students in JamaicaDownload
This study investigated the effectiveness of using concept mapping via the web-based software Inspiration to teach grade 11 students ‘Nutrition in Humans’. The sample consisted of 60 students, with an average age 16.4 years who were enrolled in a co-ed high school in western Jamaica. Three...
PowerPoint use in undergraduate teacher education classes: Perspectives of elementary and secondary pre-service teachersDownload
Abstract This study investigated the pedagogical uses of PowerPoint in education classes among a group of university undergraduate elementary and secondary students. The study examined the perspectives of pre-service teachers’ personal views of PowerPoint and their perceived academic...
Vehicles for Change: Conversation and Collaboration in Support of Children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum DisordersDownload
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) constitutes a highly complex and controversial public health concern among researchers, practitioners, policymakers, and public citizens and can lead to devastating cognitive, physical, and functional impairments (Chudley et al., 2005; Streissguth &...
As a gateway to support for those who experience significant distress or impairment as a result of cognitive, affective, developmental, social, environmental, or other personal/interpersonal challenges, mental disorder diagnosis is a common practice in mental health professions. In order to...
Bridging the Research-to-Practice Gap: Exploring a Research Community of Practice Model for Supporting Teachers’ Change in PracticeDownload
Teacher professional development is generally supported as a means to improving classroom instruction and thereby improving student learning. Yet there are gaps between providing support for professional development, ensuring that practices are research-based, incorporating the learnings within...
Twenty-five years have elapsed since the equality provisions of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms came into force for Canadian institutions. During this time courts and human rights tribunals been called upon to describe what equality rights mean for Canadians with disabilities. Parents of...
With the increased attention paid towards the effects of trauma work on counsellors and psychologists in the last 35 years, a singular narrative has emerged that has deemed it a risky practice, leaving one susceptible to vicarious trauma, burnout, compassion fatigue, and a number of other...
Former foster youth often experience an array of serious challenges during their young adult years. Problems such as homelessness, school drop-out, and mental health and drug problems have been attributed to the requirement that foster youth lose their supports from child welfare as they approach...
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the stated student outcomes of the Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) program including decreases in positive attitudes toward the use of abusable psychotropics and decreases in the self-reported use of the abusable psychotropics. A multivariate...